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Postsecondary peer assisted learning programs offered online: 2020 annotated bibliography

Arendale, David R. (2020)
The purpose of this annotated bibliography is to identify best education practices for offering traditional student-led study group programs online. Lessons can be learned from the past to enable educators now and in the ...

Lessons learned in 2020 from taking postsecondary peer assisted learning programs online: Raw survey data

Arendale, David R. (2020)
With the end of the spring 2020 academic term, a national survey was conducted to identify best practices of college educators regarding how they moved their traditional face-to-face tutoring and small group tutoring ...

Lessons learned in 2020 about postsecondary online peer assisted learning (PAL) groups from previous research publications and recent survey of PAL program administrators

Arendale, David R. (2020)
This publication identifies lessons learned from moving traditional face-to-face peer study groups to online operation. Two sources were consulted. First, previous publications concerning online peer study groups were ...

Increasing the influence of your digital identity and scholarly contributions [Video, 19:51]

Arendale, David (2020-03)
Moving beyond the traditional publish and present model of sharing scholarship, I have expanded into sharing through online information depositories, websites, email listservs, and social media (podcasting, YouTube, Twitter, ...

Gaining more listeners for your podcast episode [Video, 16:27]

Arendale, David (2020-03)
Just as people consume their social media through a variety of sources (Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and more), people also listen to their podcasts through a variety of apps. Podcasters that only focus on the iTunes app ...